Sarah Stimson Karis is co-founder of deux4 LLC, which advises organizations in the environmental and pharmaceutical sectors. Most recently, She led collaborations with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, Solar Eclipse Expedition/World Sky Race and Global Choices.
Sarah is a member of the Board of Directors of The Henry L Stimson Center, located in Washington, DC, a nonpartisan think tank promoting international security, shared prosperity and justice through applied research and policy innovation.
One of her Stimson Center roles is member of the Board of Counselors of the Alliance for a Climate Resilient Earth (ACRE), a global project that facilitates partnerships between business and policy leaders grappling with the challenges of building climate resilient infrastructure.
Sarah also serves on the Board of Directors of the Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area (NRGNHA), a tri-county (Santa Fe, Rio Arriba and Taos), nonprofit based in Española, NM, to sustain the communities, heritages, languages, cultures, traditions and environment of Northern New Mexico through partnerships, teaching and interpretation. NRGNHA is is part of the Alliance of National Heritage Areas (ANHA).
In addition, she is on the Advisory Board of unicube, an international sustainable furniture company headquartered in San Diego, California.
Sarah has a B.A. with honors from Hollins University. She speaks and writes French fluently.